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    Default Re: Update with kernel 5.4 - No Intel RJ45 network anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by suse_rasputin View Post
    Ooops, switching to Wicked and REBOOTING brings back the network... OK, then apparently NetworkManager is not playing nice.
    Hi
    Trying switching back to NetworkManager, reboot and see if it helps, else use wicked and raise a bug report for NetworkManager(?).
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    Switching back to NetworkManager, reboot -> No network. Seems to be NetworkManager then...
    Kind regards

    raspu

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    Default Re: Update with kernel 5.4 - No Intel RJ45 network anymore

    PS: But only in combination with the e1000e module, as the ASIX USB network adapter worked...
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    raspu

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    Default Re: Update with kernel 5.4 - No Intel RJ45 network anymore

    You might be interested in the rglinuxtech posts about problems with the Intel e1000e and recent Linux kernels. The latest:

    Ethernet – e1000e – The Saga Continues..
    http://rglinuxtech.com/?p=2660

    You'll find others linked on the home page. Good luck.

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    Default Re: Update with kernel 5.4 - No Intel RJ45 network anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by Tuner View Post
    You might be interested in the rglinuxtech posts about problems with the Intel e1000e and recent Linux kernels. The latest:

    Ethernet – e1000e – The Saga Continues..
    http://rglinuxtech.com/?p=2660

    You'll find others linked on the home page. Good luck.
    Hi
    Interesting, both the OP and myself have Rev 04 devices, I have no network issues with wicked....
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    Default Re: Update with kernel 5.4 - No Intel RJ45 network anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by Tuner View Post
    You might be interested in the rglinuxtech posts about problems with the Intel e1000e and recent Linux kernels. The latest:

    Ethernet – e1000e – The Saga Continues..
    http://rglinuxtech.com/?p=2660

    You'll find others linked on the home page. Good luck.
    Hi
    Interesting, both the OP and myself have Rev 04 devices, that blogger has Rev 05.... I have no network issues with wicked....
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    Default Re: Update with kernel 5.4 - No Intel RJ45 network anymore

    Double-double-posting-posting... :-)

    I don't know if this is every going to be fixed, as apparently nobody really knows what is broken in the Bermuda triangle of Intel card - e1000e - NetworkManager.

    Will update next weekend and see if NetworkManager works again. And then next week end. And so on...
    Kind regards

    raspu

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    Default Re: Update with kernel 5.4 - No Intel RJ45 network anymore

    Hold the modem reset switch for 10-20 seconds and the bug will go away after. We did have that issue on Kernel 5.5, never with 5.4. Switching to wicked works, but there is no network switch on the taskbar.

    Code:
    inxi -N
    Network:   Device-1: Realtek RTL8111/8168/8411 PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet driver: r8169 
               Device-2: Realtek RTL8822BE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac WiFi adapter driver: rtw_pci
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    Default Re: Update with kernel 5.4 - No Intel RJ45 network anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by mike_g View Post
    Hold the modem reset switch for 10-20 seconds ....

    What is this "modem reset switch"?
    Kind regards

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    Default Re: Update with kernel 5.4 - No Intel RJ45 network anymore

    See at the back!

    There is a strong relation here with this issue and BTRFS partitions. BRTFS?

    There is no such thing with ext4 or LVM. This bug can be reproduced on Ku 20.04 with the btrfs partitioning scheme for all release candidates of 5.5, same for TW. I Was waiting for a correction, but Linus came with the solution.

    We stop using btrfs on Sunday because of Linus advice on ZFS. Since then, the bug is gone.

    Code:
    20200108 ISO (5.4.10 +.11 + 5.5-rc6-1+2)
    sudo lsblk -o NAME,FSTYPE,SIZE,MOUNTPOINT,LABEL
    NAME                                              FSTYPE        SIZE MOUNTPOINT LABEL
    sda                                                           238.5G            
    ├─sda1                                            vfat          500M /boot/efi  
    └─sda2                                            crypto_LUKS   238G            
      └─cr_ata-SanDisk_SDSSDH3256G_183456420896-part2 LVM2_member   238G            
        └─system-root                                 ext4          238G /   
    LSB Version:    n/a
    Distributor ID: openSUSE
    Description:    openSUSE Tumbleweed
    Release:        20200112
    Codename:       n/a
    5.5.0-rc6-2.gdd86ff3-default
    Playing with connect/disconnect repeatedly gives good result too.

    Delayed most of the time, rarely dead.
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